Anna acts as an arbitrator in Russian and international arbitration proceedings and is included in the lists of arbitrators in Austria, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Korea, Russia.
For more than 18 years Anna has been specializing in difficult, complex disputes in state courts, in international arbitration as according to the rules of arbitration institutes (ICC, LCIA, VIAC, SCC, ICAC и and etc.) as in ad hoc arbitration. During the period of practice Anna represented clients’ interests in state court and international arbitration in more than 400 proceedings.
Anna is a Deputy Chairman of the ICC Russia Arbitration Commission, Russia’s regional representative in HK45 Committee at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC), Russia’s regional representative in the Judicial Committee of International Bar Association (IBA), a member of the Russia’s arbitration center Presidium.
In addition to her Russian education, Anna also has received Master’s degree in American law (LL.M), and has the status of the Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitration (CIArb).
Anna is the author of the book "Psychology and persuasion in the litigation", co-editor and co-author of the "Scientific and practical article-by-article commentary on the legislation on arbitration courts" of the RAA and co-editor and co-author of the book "Arbitration in Asia".
Teaches a course of lectures at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL) on International Commercial Arbitration. Speaker of the largest international and Russian legal conferences.
Anna is recommended by international ratings Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, Legal 500 EMEA (Leading Individual in Dispute Resolution: Arbitration and Mediation), Best Lawyers, WWL Arbitration Future Leaders, as well as Russian Pravo.ru-300 and Kommersant (International Commercial Arbitration). The Chambers Global rating notes that Anna Grishchenkova successfully deals with issues of international commercial arbitration, and also acts as an arbitrator. “She pays a lot of attention to details and does not miss anything” one of the principals characterizes Anna, and the other adds: “It's easy to work with her.”
Anna is fluent in English and German.